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For the simple reason that food obviously tastes better when its kitten-shaped, you can now satisfy your Hello Kitty cravings at any hour of the day at the newly launched themed café in Singapore's Changi airport.

The café recently opened to crowds who wanted to be the first to order from the themed menu as well as get their hands on the special edition mascot toys that specially designed for the café.

Bearing an adorable theme of the dining area is The Orchid garden and it is suitably decked out with mountains of flora and fauna, candy-coloured bird houses and, of course, lots and lots of Hello Kitty statues holding bunches of orchids.

Even the chairs and tables look cute with little hair-bow carved details. Needless to say, you would find it hard to forget you were in a Hello Kitty café.

The food is no different and you will never be satisfied with regular nachos again after seeing individual tortilla chips branded with kittens or rice in the shape of the iconic kitty herself. The menu has all the classics from waffles and fries to burgers and everything is served with a healthy portion of Hello Kitty.

For sweet treats you can pick up a Hello Kitty decorated latte with a variety of cat and bow images with cat-shaped biscuits, along with cheesecakes and chocolate puddings all equally cartoon cute.

For those looking for something a little closer to home, you can let your excitement build for the Hello Kitty pop up that is launching in London's Cutter and Squidge café.

The Soho-based hideaway will be opening its very own Hello Kitty Secret Garden, serving a sumptuous Hello Kitty Afternoon Tea for £40 per person.